Show #463 - Wednesday, September 17, 1986

Roger Storm game 4.


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Linda Leipheimer, a homemaker from Encino, California

Ira Levine, a writer originally from Denver, Colorado

Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $19,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: It does contain a great deal of information that very few people will have a positive reaction to!)
    $100 15
From Greek for "a statue larger than life", it's a statue larger than life, like the one at Rhodes
    $100 10
In German, "Ubermensch"; in reruns, George Reeves
    $100 18
In 1926, 6'4", 240 lb. Ibn-Saud became king & later unified this country
    $100 23
Anita Loos' sequel to "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" was "But Gentlemen Marry" these
    $100 6
This son of an unsuccessful cobbler was the leader of the USSR from 1929-1953
    $100 1
The state shell of Virginia is that of this yummy mollusk
    $200 16
E. Rosenberg has a real blast in the desert melting & fusing metals into exotic shapes using these
    $200 11
"Mardi" in French, it comes weekly & is "gras" once a year
    $200 19
One result of the Napoleonic Wars was formal recognition of this nation's neutrality
    $200 7
At different times Joe Besser & Joe De Rita were members of this comedy trio
    $200 2
This cheese made from the milk of French ewes was said to be Charlemagne's favorite
    $300 17
Sculpture in which figures project from background, it's never spelled R-O-L-A-I-D-S
    $300 13
"Fred" in Norway, "mir" in Russia, & "shalom" in Israel, which could use some
    $300 20
Ency. Americana says Persian law decreed this punishment for accidentally sitting on the king's throne
    DD: $500 8
After catching strikes from 1946-1954, he now helps game show contestants "Strike It Rich":
    $300 3
A peat moss leaf is generally only this many cells thick
    $400 25
Clay figures baked until they are hard are called this, Italian for "cooked earth"
    $400 14
"Sinister" in Latin, it just ain't right
    $400 21
In 597, St. Augustine began converting the people of this island nation to Christianity
    $400 28
Famed for taking it off, her writing career took off with "The G-String Murders"
    $400 9
One source we have says he won '64 gold medal in boxing fighting with broken left hand; 1 says right
    $400 4
Research Associates found it was the favorite color of 51% of Nebraska residents polled
    $500 26
Highest price ever for a sculpture, $3,900,000 for a 4th century B.C. bronze, was paid by this Malibu, Calif. museum
    $500 24
"Francobollo" in Italy, you lick it & stick it
    $500 22
Perhaps the most infamous concentration camp, it was located in Poland near the city of Krakow
    $500 27
Frances H. Burnett based this "little" hero in long curls, velvet & lace on her own son, Vivian
    $500 12
Among his title roles are "Tail Gunner Joe", "Crazy Joe", "Joe" & "Joe Bash"
    $500 5
Within 5, the total number of strings on a standard modern concert harp

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 8):

Roger Ira Linda
$200 $0 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Ira Linda
$1,600 $3,300 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Also Known As.)
    $200 26
Secretary of state who said western nations had, in effect, told Libya's Kadafi, "You've had it, pal"
    $200 17
Inversions & translocations of chromosomes lead to these genetic changes
    $200 1
Jim Croce described him as the "baddest man in the whole damn town"
    $200 7
Martha Jane Cannary, she's buried in Deadwood, South Dakota next to "Wild Bill" Hickok
    $200 2
Describing water's "salinity" refers to this aspect
    $200 12
Adding a "T" to the front of these cutting tools gives us these, which we all wish were cut
    $400 27
In 1979, he supposedly said, "The longer I am out of office, the more infallible I appear to myself"
    $400 18
Jewish law says male babies need not be circumcised if maternal uncle has this bleeding disease
    $400 22
Duane Eddy & "The Art of Noise" turned this late '50s Hank Mancini TV theme into a 1986 dance hit
    $400 8
Born Pearl Comfort Sydenstricker, she wrote "The House of Earth" trilogy
    $400 3
An archipelago is a large group of these
    $400 13
Adding an "E" to the end of this word for leap gives you this funny Bob
    $600 28
In 1947, President Truman appointed this general his secy. of state, perhaps according to "plan"
    $600 19
Procedure used on pregnant women to determine if amniotic fluid contains any genetic defects
    $600 23
Marcie Blane sang, "I want to be" his "girl; that's the most important thing to me"
    $600 9
After playing this insect in a ballet, Thelma McQueen used it as her 1st name
    $600 4
From Greek for "shake writer", it's an instrument that records any earth movement
    $600 14
The difference between this European country and its currency is an "E" at the end
    DD: $1,000 20
A blond straight-haired mom & a brown curly-haired pop will most likely have a kid with these hair traits
    $800 24
In a 1959 #1 hit, Billy was killed by him over an argument about a game of craps
    $800 10
Diva born Maria Anna Sofia Cecilia Kalogeropoulos
    $800 5
When magma solidifies, it becomes this classification of rock
    $800 15
Adding a "T" to the end of this word for listen gets you this, what a doctor listens to
    $1000 21
Producing a new generation every 10-15 days, this, Drosophila melanogaster, is the "geneticists' guinea pig"
    $1000 25
Tho she told Jay & the Americans, "Come a little bit closer", the girl "belonged to that man"
    $1000 11
In Baroness Orczy's novel, Sir Percy Blakeney's alter ego
    $1000 6
Term for the top of the earth's zone of saturation; wells are drilled to it
    DD: $1,000 16
Add a "Y" to the end of this word & it changes 1 person into this word for a lot

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Ira Linda
$10,000 $4,100 $4,000
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

According to Genesis 7:16, it's who shut the door on Noah's Ark

Final scores:

Roger Ira Linda
$11,799 $3,600 $1
4-day champion: $31,200 2nd place: Pinseeker golf clubs & Vitamaster Vita cycle 3rd place: Academy Broadway outdoor products

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Roger Ira Linda
$9,800 $5,100 $4,000
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
16 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,900

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Game tape date: 1986-08-06
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